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- n. The equipment used for the vulcanization of rubber
- n. A substance (such as sulfur) added to rubber during this process
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, vulcanizes; esp., an apparatus for vulcanizing caoutchouc.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Apparatus used in vulcanizing indiarubber. Also spelled vulcaniser.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who vulcanizes rubber to improve its strength and resiliency
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When the goods are cured steam is blown off, the vulcanizer opened and the cloths are removed.
But it has come to be a sort of vulcanizer, to make plain English, irony.
Mysterious objects stood about him in the grey twilight; electric batteries, old bicycles and typewriters, a machine for making cement fence-posts, a vulcanizer, a stereopticon with a broken lens.
The vulcanizer was accused by the suspects of having the effrontery to place an orange laced with nails on the road to frustrate their activities in the area hence they organized and kidnaped him to teach him the lesson of his life.
But in an interview, the six suspects denied the allegation saying that they had a misunderstanding with the vulcanizer and he reported them to the police and they found themselves being paraded as kidnappers
TCR75S is a silicone thermally conductive rubber RTV (room temperature vulcanizer), for use on PCBs to conduct heat away from heat generating components.
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